Dog School Cambridgeshire

Welcome to Dog School Cambridgeshire! We are based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire and offer fun, positive training for puppies, adult dogs and rescue dogs, based on the very best scientific knowledge currently available.  We know just how important the bond with your four legged friend is and understand how much it matters to have a good bond with your pet.  Our aim is to get you off to the right start or back on track, so you and your dog can enjoy your lives together.

We believe in teaching you to teach your dog how to make good choices about his own behaviour, so he can behave appropriately without constant instruction from you.   Our classes aim to provide skills that are relevant to the real world and give you the understanding to continue training outside of classes. 

So, whatever the age of your dog and whether you need help preventing or tackling problems, get in touch - you are guaranteed a friendly and understanding welcome.

We are currently looking for volunteers! Click here to find out more. 

Our classes

Tuesday (50 mins)

09:30 and 10:45

Jubilee Hall, PE19 8GW

Wednesday (50 mins)

19:00 and 20:10

Hinchingbrooke Countryside Centre, PE29 6DB

Thursday (50 mins)

17:50 and 19:00 

Buckden Village Hall, PE19 5UY

Saturday (50 mins)

09:10 and 10:15

Austin Hall and Queens Park, Yaxley, PE7 3LU

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Get in touch

T: 07388 377371

T: 07388 377337

 

Please email us with your enquiry at: cambridgeshiredogschool@dogstrust.org.uk

Trainers' profiles

Leigh is getting settled in her new school - check back soon for updates!

Before joining Dog School Michala worked in a range of animal roles after gaining her degree. Michala started her career with dogs at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home as a rehoming and welfare assistant, it was here Michala found her love of bull breeds and had soon adopted a Staffordshire bull terrier (appropriately named Rogue) from a local stray pound.

 

Michala went on to join Dogs Trust Loughborough as a trainer, where she worked on training programmes with rescue dogs alongside their new owners to ensure dogs settled well into their new homes, she soon added to her family with Dogs Trust Foster dog Snoop (another Staffie) who decided he would quite like to move in.

 

Most recently Michala has worked as an Animal welfare and Management Lecturer in a further education college, teaching students about a range of animal topics including Animal Behaviour and Animal Training.

Abbie has a BSc in Applied Animal Studies from Northampton University, that included Behaviour and Welfare modules and Learning, Cognition and Training. After this, she volunteered doing a variety of animal positions, including as a zookeeper and at a rescue centre. Following these placements, she obtained an Animal Welfare Assistant job at the rescue centre she volunteered at, where she realised her true passion was for dogs.

  

Animal welfare is of paramount importance to her, and she believes correct training and building a bond can help prevent dogs from ending up in rescue centres. She loves spending time with her chocolate Labrador and rescue house rabbit, who are best friends!

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